I am currently Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy at Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio.  I received my Ph. D. in Philosophy from Boston University.

My dissertation research concerned the role of subjectivity and conscience in Hegel's practical philosophy. Current research subjects include the role of recognition in Hegel's Phenomenology, social conceptions of selfhood, and the changed status of art in modernity.

For copies of some of my publications, please visit http://xavier.academia.edu/timothybrownlee

Areas of Specialization: German Idealism (especially Kant and Hegel), Social and Political Philosophy
Areas of Competence: Ethics (Applied and Normative), 19th and 20th Century Continental Philosophy

Academic Positions:
Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, Xavier University, Cincinnati (2010-present)
Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, Xavier University (2007-2010)

Boston University, Philosophy, Ph. D. (2007)
Carleton University, Humanities with a Concentration in Philosophy, B. Hum. (2002)